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Arona Introduction

Arona, in the south of Tenerife is an area as well as a town which includes such popular resorts as Los Christianos and Playa de las Americas. The village itself is inland, in a beautiful spot surrounded by pine trees and mountains. It is a perfect base for walkers as there are many trails and footpaths into the hills. It is also well situated for those wishing to combine walking with a beach holiday as there are large very popular resorts close by.

Why Go To Arona

An Arona holiday offers year round sunshine with no real excesses of temperature giving good conditions for walking and hiking. There are also excellent beaches in the area offering relaxation in the sun. With year round warm sunshine Arona is the perfect place to escape from the dreary British winter.

An Arona holiday is popular with those looking for a walking holiday or those who wish to combine this activity with a beach holiday. Those with young children would probably prefer to be closer to the beach. Couples come to Arona to savour the traditional way of life that is usually lacking in the large resorts. Arona is also popular with budding young boxers who come for altitude training to the TKD gymnasium.

When To Go To Arona

An Arona holiday can be taken at any time of year having pleasantly hot summers and warm winters. Although there is occasional rain there is no specific rainy season and showers are short.

Arona - The Place

Arona is a pretty inland village in the south of Tenerife. It enjoys beautiful scenery, surrounded by pine covered hills with barren mountains to the north. South of Arona is the very popular coastal region with resorts such as Playa de las Americas and Los Cristianos.

There are many easy to follow trails from the village to the hills including those to the famous Barranco Ravine and the Roque de El Conde, the table topped mountain behind the town.

The town itself is an oasis of peace with a shady square, the Plazza del Cristo de la Salud in the centre. Here you can sit in a pavement café under the trees andsavour the inactivity, so different from the frenetic resorts of the south coast. The balconies on the houses are laden with pots and window boxes adding to the pleasure of the onlooker.

Since the beaches are only a short ride away, an Arona holiday provides the best of both worlds, the serene relaxation of the village with the opportunity to experience the facilities of the large resorts.

Arona Nightlife

Arona nightlife can only be described as understated. There are a number of small bars but Arona is not noted for its lively evenings. Evenings in Arona are usually spent eating and drinking under the stars.

Arona Shopping

While there are a number of shops in the village of Arona, the main shopping facilities are centred round the large resorts of Los Cristianos and Playa de las Americas. Shopping in Tenerife is virtually tax free so bargains can be found.

The Sunday market sells many hand crafted items ideal for gifts and holiday mementoes.

Arona Eating

Arona has a number of restaurants serving traditional as well as international cuisine. Fish features prominently on menus and is always tasty. A greater choice of menu can be eaten in the large seaside resorts in the area.